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>> we announced these changes than the secretary of defense, general dempsey said it will result in better aligning our structures and resources with dod strategic interests and priorities. and earlier this year we directed the management review in that review developed options to help the dod plan for a range of future budget scenarios, including the persistence of sequester lover untracked level cuts. and as all of you know, these threats, and less changed, will represent a 500 billion-dollar reduction over the next 10 years, and that is in addition with a $480 billion spending cut that the dod has are implemented. included in the strategic choice of management review is a comprehensive look that all savings that could be achieved by reducing overhead throughout the department and streamlining organizations, including osd and the joint staff. as you may recall, i announced this summer that dod would reduce headquarters operating budgets for 20 represent over the next five years and these reductions are only a first step in the effort of dod to realign the spending to meet new f
2014 for military activities of the department of defense and so forth and for other purposes. the presiding officer: the senator from michigan. mr. levin: before me left for the thanksgiving break, senator inhofe and i said that we would come to the senate floor today to update members on the status of the national defense authorization act for fiscal year 2014. before the break, we spent a week on the senate floor trying to bring more amendments up and to have them debated and voted on, but we were unable to do so. we tried to reach agreement to limit consideration to defense-related amendments, but we were unable to do that. we trade to get consent to vote on two sexual assault amendmen s that had been fully debated but we could not get that accident. -- get that consent. we tried to get consent to lock in additional votes but we were unable to do so. at this point, mr. president, the house of representatives will be adjourning for the year at the end of this week. and there is simply no way that we can debate and vote on those amendments to the pending bill, to get cloture
the minister of defense, the well guarded building, there are check points at most of the roads that lead to this area. they charmed the gate, and then it was split into two groups one went to the military hospital, the other went to the ministry of defense building. there were sounds of explosions. this is what happened. they managed to get where some of the biggest on the ground. president is seen here meeting with top military commanders. and his government is accused of failing to restorieses ability to a country beset by violence and poverty. there's been no claim of responsibility. launched many attacks killing scores of soldiers. the u.s. has intensified drone operations in yemen. killing many al quaida commanders with tough group remains active in the south, where it enjoys tribal protection. there's been a large explosion. opposite national oil company headquarters. the company in central nigeria, all attackers opposite the oil company went up in flames. not clear at this stage where there are any casualties. >> gunman have shot dun an american teacher. it happened while the man
a mountain to his death. what her defense team is saying about the circumstances surrounding this strange case, coming up next. play close. good and close. discover the new way to help keep teeth clean and breath fresh. new beneful healthy smile food and snacks. he'll love the crunch of the healthy smile kibbles. you'll love how they help clean. with soft, meaty centers, and teeth cleaning texture healthy smile snacks help keep a shine on his smile. it's dental that tastes so good. new beneful healthy smile food and snacks. [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! >>> checking top stories, 11 more pilot whales have been found dead in florida, that brings to 22 the number that have died in the last week there. officials believe the whales are part of a pod of 51 whales. scientists are working to find out what is killing them. >>> bob filner is in court to face sentencing for kissing and grabbing three women. filner resigned
of being killed in a series of attacks on the defense ministry. that's the suicide car bombing then a few minutes late and great comment in which the uniforms and five the complex officials say it doesn't attack has been killed thomson hospital. this mike leigh's is from the yemeni defence ministry in the capital sana. in the morning. state employees the right to walk a car laden with explosives pulled up to the gates of the complex and desolate the mosque destroyed by a second vehicle packed with gunmen armed with assault rifles and grenades who opened fire on the cheap us now. yet we heard the sound of the explosion the whole neighborhoods yet it broke the windows of the houses. everyone was terrified of death the details and soldiers of torchwood been killed many more injured. the defense costs alone will keep michael in the attack as a school to be badly damaged. but yemeni officials say the situation is now under control. most of the gunman by inflating the government forces. at that retreat is gets claimed responsibility. al qaeda's brunch in the country has been blamed for an incre
at the date on upgrading the self defense force or revising japan's pacifist constitution dead fish in a cctv taken. the death toll in the central philippines after super typhoon high on the snow close to five thousand eight hundred people the destruction by some estimates is in the billions of us dollars. the storm destroyed houses businesses and agriculture and a cctv wannabe low reports even tackle the city's main jail wasn't speeding. there was no home after the storm the streets of hobart. he was a city in shock. people who just lost everything training saluting to survive then came news that inmates diplomacy the two had escaped freezing here in driving thousands out of the city they're close to seven hundred inmates here in a moment to the jail bait a storm came about a hundred sixty of them escape. more than three weeks after the killer typhoon forty eight are still missing authorities say they're working on finding the remaining fugitives even as security remains tight throughout the city. didn't actually take much of an effort to search for those who escaped. many have returned on t
on the appropriations committee, that sequestration is unlivable. >> that being the defense industry. >> yes, mostly. on top of that, the next which takes spending to $967 billion almost comes exclusively out of defense. another $20 billion cut around january 15th strictly from defense budgets. so there's an appetite among the hawkish wing of the house republicans to just get rid of this. they realize that if they are going to get rid of this, they have to give in a little bit. >> weirdly, sequestration is now having the impact they believed it would to get a deal in the first place, untenable budget cuts. i think jonathan's point is really important. this is, if you're watching at home, this isn't the grand bargain. politics is the art of only the possible. the possible in this case is something very small. there is clearly no appetite for brinksmanship again. it is getting what they can get done. not getting into a bigger intractable fight that might shut down the government or cause really hard political pain on either side explaining to their base what they are getting but what they are giving u
to him. >> thank you. >> secretary of defense arrived in afghanistan today to visit troops. u.s. and afghanistan are on a stand still with a security pact. hamid karzai said he won't sign the agreement until after election. hagel did address the issue. >> the minister of defense assured me that the b.s.a. would be signed. >> the defense ministers will meet in february on afghanistan. >> mark morgan is here with the supports headlines. the college football regular season is almost over. >> i got the sense you want an upset tonight. >> i always root for the underdog, no matter what. >> stay tuned. we're going to see what happens tonight, how this plays out. the task is clear, a win for each team tonight and they will square off in the b.c.s. title game january 6. the seminoles are heavy favorites to beat duke in the a.c.c. championship became and ohio state is expected to have a tougher time in the big 10 title game, thes buckeyes taking on 1-loss michigan state. a loss by either would open the door for others to slide in the national title game. >> robinson cano is bolting the
reached levels not seen in years. >> south korea raised the stakes expand its air defense zone. it follows a move by china. the south ean and chinese areas overlap. japan says they'll talk with their neighbours about access. >> it's a direct response to china's extension of its air zone. that extension overlaps seen's air defense zone and pertinently japan's one. china and japan over the island. that's an area includeing a reef. there is a south korean scientific research station built on that, it has a helipad on it and is under de facto south korean control. because of an accident in history when the americans drew the air defense zone, it didn't include that area or two other south korean islands which are not under dispute. this is an opportunity for south korea to right what many are surprised to see was the current situation and extend its own zone further south, allowing an ease of the military operation. the seen government making it clear that it is doing things in a different way to beijing, saying it consulting with its neighbours and with the u.s. >> the french president issued
sea and south korea is expanding air defense zone and the boundarys there overlap a zone by china and the move is raising tensions in the region. >> reporter: the announcement may be about invisible lines in the air but extend over disputed areas of land and sea. this is what south korea calls yodo a rocky reef by the station and under the de facto control and they are claimed by beijing and seoul and south korea asserted rights in the air above. >> translator: the new korean air space defense identification zone has been modified to be in line with the country's flight information region which does not overlap with neighboring countries and includes air space over the waters. >> reporter: the move is two weeks after the surprise extension of the air defense zone encroaching on those of south korea and japan and extends deeper in the chinese one and also overlaps that of japan. the government won't impose the rules and wants film to identify themselves until december 15 allowing for consultation with neighbors. >> translator: we believe this will not necessarily impact our rel
and japan, south korea is expanding its air defense zone to include airspace over the east china sea. beijing and tokyo have already claimed that space as its own. it comes two weeks after it controlled the airspace over a string of islands that both japan and china claim as its own territory. >>> a multi-engine salute for actor paul walker. thousands of fans turned up at the california crash site where the "fast & furious" star lost his life. fans and friends alike showing up, driving high end performance vehicles in honor of the two men who were both car enthusiasts. >>> a bit of a k-9 crime streevenlth cato from south carolina got off his leash and headed straight to the dollar store. he got in not once, twice, soon after items were missing, conveniently pig ears, beef bones, dog treats. he took his lifted items and buried them monita. he greeted the officers which kess. >> is he going to serve jail time? >> i think he got a little private time to think about his crime in the dog house. >> right. >>> oh, will is chris dancing away. how beautiful. look at that tribute. >> reporter:
health issues, just to name a few, as well as our defense industry. there's no longer any room in these budgets to accommodate all of these expenses just to pay what we need to pay to keep these programs going. that is why we have to say sequestration has got to go, and that is why the next nine days you'll hear more and more speak about sequestration and the fact that we must act on it. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back her time. for what purpose does the gentleman from virginia seek recognition? mr. moran: to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. moran: the safe climate caucus has brought to the house floor the reality and the ramifications of climate change. there was a recent report from three very reputable think tanks entitled "the arab spring" and "climate change." let me quote from a couple of the troubling and illuminating conclusions. a prolonged and severe drought during the winter of 2010 in china contributed to global wheat shorta
of defense and other security officials to investigate exactly what happened because since thousands of soldiers poured into this region around may, around six months ago there is a serious deescalation in the number of attacks in many parts of the northeast have seen some sense of normality returning but this attack shows that despite the deescalation that we have seen, boca haran has the capacity to sit down to organize and to execute attacks and clearly the question is going to be how is it possible with the presence of thousands of security personnel in the area that an air base and an airport were able to be attacked. >> thank you very much, that is al jazeera's evan live. lots more ahead on the news hour including a global trade agreement that would be a first but mike sees people go hungry in india with details and visit the center with a lifelong to afghanistan disabled workforce and in sports joe will have all the action including news of a resurgance bouncing back in the season. ♪ a russian ballet dancer is guilty of an acid attack on the director of the theatre. a judge
. >> sorry, it was really not violence, it was defense, he never was violent. >> exactly, but he preached nonviolence strongly and it got to the point where after a mass anger and things that happened, defense, they felt they needed to take up arms to struggle against the white avry carna government that was oppressing people. i didn't mean it in a pejorative way. prison, mellowing him out, do you think nelson mandela that went into prison angry for good reasons, would have been able to have the grace that he had after prison, and when he was able to reconcile with the people who had imprisoned him for so long? >> i think so. i mean, it - i am not one of those who believes that prison was necessary. it was totally unnecessary. i'll say a story, this is in nelson mandela's book himself. when he was young and mill tant, which is what we all are when we are young, he accused my grandfather of being too close to white people. my grandfather said, "nelson mandela, i will fail you in my class if you look at people as black and white." they were talking about this in the "30s and "40s, so he was
to former president bush as well as the performing and is considered to be content. i'm the best defense minded to have for you as president when i get the thing. less people coming to see if it is still to fill space to do so could then make an end to have that stability is coming through the rest of africa lots of corporations taking teeth and getting that big memorial service on the grounds tomorrow. and of course from the winds stay at home to nelson mandela will of the league's state of the union buildings from wednesday until friday and dad doing be it in the morning and often it will be towed into distinctive for its really the eight unit the size of government wants to give. after six months to see him in ghana. last time was it cctv american state to monty into thinking the size of the plaza mentality of the some of the us the polis d this is the movement is similar to the apostates trouble he says go in there that the eighty one again. mike dawson and data. some of the ideology would be similar. they ate they both were working were giants in the sense that they both won the nob
fake. it is his job to stand up and tell the truth. when he says we can raise spending for defense back to the or domestic, level that is evidence we're going in the wrong direction. >> that has to hurt. he was president reagan's top budget man. they're supposed to be in ryan's corner. stockman says going back on the sequestration is a load of, you decide. >> it is a washington beltway lie that we cannot live it with a six hundred billion of outlays for defense. 50% more than we had in 2000. we had no new industrial in the 200s with us since then billion more than bill kenton -- bill clinton left in today's real dollars. >> can you get behind a deal that comes out of the stocks? a total joke. i hope at least 70 people would understand if they do not get at entitlement reform it is going .o be far worse later the republicans would be right to reject this a deal. >> there's plenty more where that came from. he calls janet yellen the architect of said disaster and says this is dangerous. you can watch online at bloomberg.com/television. we are off to wall street and an exclusive look insid
, there are standing meetings for the secretary of defense, state, and the treasury this president has, but he meets with other secretaries in one on ones and small groups all the time. i would note that those calendars may never show a meeting i have with the president. i had two yesterday. that is how it works. >> a final question on nelson mandela. what people will be thinking about, when we consider the life of nelson mandela and the challenges that exist in our own country, what lessons can washington learn? i know you had conversations in the white house and what you think the message we can learn is. >> i think the president put it very well yesterday in the remarks he made when he was in south africa earlier this year about the remarkable example that nelson mandela set when he was released from prison and made clear that he would embrace those who jailed him, and he would seek those to help build a south africa that judged every person by his or her character and not by his or her skin color. i think that spirit of reconciliation that the president said yesterday is one that should imbue th
: china and japan claim islands in the sea and tensions rose when they declared an air defense zone over the area and biden will raise concerns over the risk of miss calculation with chinese leaders in a few days. and healthcare.gov is running smoothly the obama administration is back in sales mode and president obama will kickoff a campaign today to promote the affordable care act. the white house wants to point out the benefits of the reform law and they plan to focus on a specific benefit each day until the sign up deadline on december 23, that is when anyone who needs coverage on january 1st must be enrolled. the white house is offering money to ensurers so people who like their health plans can keep them. the obama administration says the payments would offset the cost of reinstating cancelled policies and millions of people received cancellation notices and the cancelled policies do not meet the standards of the healthcare law. it was an attack that standed the dance world, now the verdict is in for a former member of russia's famed ballet and find out why you may have to pay sales
to sit with iran. the door is opened to selling defense systems to u.s. allies. chuck hagel says that despite the deal with iran, the country poses threats not addressed by the nuclear agreement. >> no strategy is risk free. our emphasis on diplomatic tools should not be misinterpreted. we now the policy cannot operate in a vacuum. our success will hinge on america's military power and the credibility and assurances to our allies, partners in the middle east, that we will use it. hagel made the comments while addressing lead areas. >> six suspects are in police custody, aconfused of stealing radioactive material. the men are being interrogated by the police to see if they played a part in the role of stealing the cobalt 60. most the material was covered. the suspects from treated and released from the hospital yesterday they tested negative for radioactive poisoning. >> a treacherous storm moving through the midsection. u.s., a band of ice, snow and freezing temperatures stretches from the texas border north-east of the ohio valley. millions are hungering down. they are expected
up next to him, moved back, moved up and shot him. he was shot in cold blood, no chance of self-defense. he is a chemistry teacher at the international school in benghazi. benghazi has been getting increasingly dangerous. i was in libya just two months ago and at that time, westerners were being evacuated from hotels because it was so dangerous. but why was ronnie smith running on a road in benghazi? he must have felt to a degree that it was safe. well liked by his students, we're told there. >> what have we learned so far about ronnie smith, this teacher with a wife and child? >> reporter: you know, he's got a young son, a wife. he's well-liked by his students. many of them have been posting messages on social media websites saying that they like him, that he was one of the reasons they came to class, he inspired them, they liked him because he had come to libya. the principal at the school said he was a very sweet man. every indication that he was all those around him liked him, jake. >> thanks so much. i want to turn to paul. american born al qaeda spokesman adam gadan recently calle
are no dead to the city the review to come who will play. i was a defensive midfield so that i want to focus on. i think tomorrow they have become more concrete. i endeavored to the new one. he has given lots of things but baucus on the main skinned it and says that the proof is in sufism this clearly reflects the islam of us intentions dubious that says something else and does something else taking action against militants is tossed a ball came off for me but successive up with the new regimes. the fact remains that the government is sponsoring militant groups to keep in life. we exposed to the new face of islam of up to date which is poverty protecting and promoting the toothpicks. this is the true face of this nano bots so called action against militant groups like the stated ava. these armed guards. the company of the say on equipped trained and paid by the end to services intelligence with the state's backing the screwdriver is looking stronger and is getting mortem will teach them and mother. that put six eight going bust. the government is protecting him giving him problems. i'm most
violence self-defense when it was the most logical and yet deeply courageous thing to do. he had done hard time in prison and he had come out on outside showing us black people could take courageous stands and sur vooifg vif being on point as leader of a great movement and thrive on the other side. even though they embraced violence at one side as self-defense could embrace peace and unity and bringing people together as also in that moment the most logical and, again, most courageous thing you could possibly did. >> i'm going to open up to my friends in new york. eugene, you were talking before the break, independent of the man himself, the legacy what ben points out, the possibility this could happen in south africa, the man would be freed. that not only could he vote he would become president of the nation. in and of itself laid the foundation for where we are in america today. >> it made a lot of things that seemed impossible possible. it was so fast. 1990 he was out. 1994 he was president, in just four years. it was kind of a lightning thing. i remember the late '80s we were working t
, admirals, south african defense force as a guard of honor. stared, my god, look at this. turning over the power of the state, the force of the state is now in the hands of the new president who happens to be black. these officers are showing their allegiance to him, their trust in him, and they will obey him as president and commander in chief. it was remarkable. to think that something like that could have happened just a few years earlier was unthinkable but it did happen. he served as president. a little like washington, george washington, he would not serve. he had another term even though pleaded with to do so. he done his peace and that was time for new leader to take over and keep the process moving forward. >> which was another key factor in the evolution of south africa. >> what an example that was to other leaders in south africa and other parts of the world. you're not supposed to hang around forever and milk it forever. if you truly believe in freedom of democracy then you have to leave at some point and just step down and go back to your private life, which is what he did
secretary of defense, wonderful public servant, had served under seven presidents, when i first came in i asked him so, bob, you got nyad vice for me. he said, mr. president, just understand you got a lot of people working for you. somebody somewhere is screwing something up. that's true. [ laughter ] so i have to consistently push on every cabinet secretary on every single agency how can we do things better and we can do things better. >> john meacham what is your take on his perspective on his own administration. >> i think it's realistic. president kennedy said defeat is an orphan and victory has a thousand fathers. that's true whether it's a government agency or private institution. there's always the difficulty of pulling these things off, complex operations. but all that said, you know, he ran for the office and so you take the responsibility, and i think he's showing a little sense of humor there but i think given the scale of this particular screw up, that was -- some conversations he should have had on the front end. >> yes a little bit earlier. chris covered an awful ground. lat
criteria is. and the more i talk to prosecutor and defense attorneys the more they tell me in the pretrial face in plea bargaining increasingly the evidence is being used to try to plea for a lesser offense or alesser punishment. in what ways? well, the firsts most pef lent is in cases offed had. right. in death penalty cases that's where the evidence first showed up. in the sentencing face of a capital case, a criminal defendant tried to present as mitigating evidence that they should be treatedless harsh. they shouldn't get the death penalty. what is surprising if you look at the chart there are many other types on here. okay. from felon murder, child abuse, rape case, drug case, across the gamete of felony cases now, criminal defendants are coming to the courtroom and introducing evidence there genetic or brain help to explain why they behave the way that did. the blue in the front and red in the back shows you that the majority of these cases are now becoming neurological cases. it's gettic evidence. the red bar in the back is neurological evidence. what this is with a kind of claim ar
. there is no generic competition to speak of but the reality is this is a very defensive business and a growing business much as a lot of other pharmaceutical companies are. people care for their pets like they are members of the family and they will spend on them and we believe this is a growth stock and we think we can do well with it. liz: in good times and bad. or call up 175% over the past year yet use still believe that this one has some glucose left in its blood. >> oracle is incredibly cheap. if you take a look at the valuations this is a stock that has -- liz: up tea of about 11. >> cash flows are enormous, balance sheet is foreseen as tremendous amounts of cash. you will see a significant push of return of capital to shareholders in coming years and it is still growing. this is a stock that trades with the multiple for a company that is not going on and that is not the case. they will have some success in the cloud and it will be a big catalyst. liz: a little bit of a dividend, 1.9% but what gets you excited about this? >> this is a utility stock but unlike your average utility don't
the defense doesn't pay tribute to mandela of the flats were at house mouse and we use the giant pictures of mandela inside the abc palace which sadly never happened before for a foreign leader. and so there was a lot of emotion but vivian that this since this was really something that was not expected and by the french authorities that so carefully prepare for this major major summits. thanks for that marc perlman their reporting from the summit. she and a day a week and there. oh we do not have mentioned and a renault hoped to restore that the connection with the man in a moment. the softer any what's also been interesting is that some of the discussion in the bin we've been speaking to the two delegations to be there is this friday so that some of the discussion has been. about what mandela means it has been the historical. it's like going out. what happened in the past you suddenly realize that with the passing nelson mandela that. it's also time for reflection on how the world has changed since the era of apartheid and since that era because we are it's that the us. he would do was a
cyclical groups, the telecomes, health care, defensive groups. we're up right across the board, folks. it's been a very strong rally right at the open but not strong inform a mr. one guy said it threads the needle perfectly. people putting together a list of what the skmik news looks like this week. here's a look for the bulls, gdp numbers very strong overall. auto sales, over 16 million, the highest in six years here. october home sales were the highest since june 2008. highest in manufacturing, highest in two and a half years and cyber sales were up 20% on monday. >> we talked about the lower, disappointing numbers this week. earlier home sales reports were disappointing. retail reports have been generally disappointing this week. it's not unequivocal. if you throw in a budget deal, you can make the argument that the more defensive names have been the lagard group so far on the month. the market is suggesting there is that this rily is so strong at the hope that there's not a lot of ep side room right now. and you trickle down throughout the day and end up only 20 points. i'm not saying
't and you saw that it was in accurately being portrayed? >> his defense on this is plausible deniablity. once again it speaks to character again. and it makes me wonder about other political hot potatoes. >> why would he not admit that he knew him? >> he was never asked. you jump on something like this which gives you less credibility when there are other issues that matter. >> if you criticize him for every little minor thing. >> you know how to criticize each other i know that but you are still friends. >> in the meantime we are tracking a dangerous storm now moving across the country. plus, his most recent adventure propelling down a tall building this morning. bad dog you won't believe what this pooch is about to do. >> also are you planning on getting the man in your life eye cream? >> billions. we want to hear from you. what do you think about the booming male booming industry. tweet me or e-mail us. we'll read your comments at the end of the show. go shave. [ male announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives one a day men's 50+ is a complete mul
that i can the defense ministry and some not. it has to compete for the kids among them to determine that day. al qaeda has claimed responsibility. complex because it is to us officials responsible for drumsticks the us has defended its two strikes against al qaeda but has promised to introduce stricter rules and oversight german politicians have agreed to take you five thousand more refugees from the warden series. this time the program that is going to be the same time. the facade of writing in september. my costume pieces that will improve the living. she led the contribution so far he can get to pass the kindness more than ten thousand syrians have made their allegiance and nieces to cause them to let them. also in germany the country's central bank has forecast even brighter days ahead for europe's biggest economy despite losing steam in the third quarter the bushes and has raised its projection german economy to grow as much as half a percent this year. in twenty fourteen it sees one point seven percent growth and that could rise to two percent in twenty fifty what is on presid
said they were never there, passing the time. they stood trial, a short trial. defense lawyers were not allowed to call witnesses. the judge handed down the sentences. people in egypt were not sympathetic to the muslim brotherhood were shocked by the severity of the sentences, prompting the interim president to say that the women would be pardoned, but not until the judicial process has been gone through. these are appeal court hearings. because of the high status of the court, if the women and girls are successful today, they could be freed today. >> thank you for that update, live from cairo. >> at least eight are dead after hurricane force winds and forces battled northern europe. forecasters warn it could be the worst storm, 225 k/hr. hundreds of homes have been flooded. thousands of homes are without electricity. rising seas forced evacuations along the eastern english coast. i don't know if richard has a house on the east coast of england, i hope he doesn't, but he'll give us a bit more on that. >> i used to live in that part of the world, well inland. the situation is now get
. some of them. or are very defensive. we were just what to do so they were taking someone's force. this is. he said. firstly and some of them are or are these techniques to look in mind that made it. its components i sing with. it's simple ite is represented by what you and i know what the western world knows as the us. we changed into his call. the tide cheeks. that's the philosophy. the art. i teach more beans. traci. it's a thai boxing. we have. g the new york we had pt on fox so it's basically a martial art based on. a philosophy this dichotomy this nature overall the ruler who will i know that i am. the new wing will or will. i knew the land or welcome to the journal coming to life and dig out the winter wet and sarah harman and these are our top stories this hour should this continue for nelson mandela preparation to get underway. memorial service and funeral. after twelve years of negotiations the world trade organization held its first global trade agreement. and if so was not in berlin where the european film
on the annual legislation authorizing defense programs and debate and a roll call vote on a judicial nomination. >> representatives from iran and six world powers will meet in vienna this week for the next round of talks concerning iran's nuclear program. we'll have analysis of the ongoing negotiations at an event hosted by the center for strategic and international studies. speakers include former national security adviser brzezinski and new york times columnist tom friedman. cbs news "face the nation" anchor bob schieffer will moderate the event. that gets underway at 5:30 p.m. eastern over on c-span3. >> next, a look at the future of the republican party from political strategist and cnn contributor ana navarro. she talks about changes and demographics require the party to broaden its base with. she also comments on the current divisions within the party and who she thinks are the best potential candidates for winning back the white house in 2016. she spoke last month at a forum hosted by the new hampshire institute of politics at saint anselm college in manchester. this is a little over an
. totally bipartisan about it provided funding for houses of worship, many who are the front-line defense in terms of humanitarian aid in new york and new jersey ravaged by super storm sandy. the bill passed. fema opposes it. the senate has opposed it and refuses to even bring it up for a vote. i can't tell you have disappointed and outrageously wrong i think those who were first and foremost in the relief side, being told you're not going to get fema relief. there's a separation of church and date issued. they can do all kinds of other things, but they can't get the critical fema support. that bias, which i know you don't share needs to be guarded against because that first line of defense is so important. mr. green and i would be in agreement. the more you can help out in that regard, the better. thank you. i'd like to now welcome our second panel began with mr. shawn callahan, chief operating officer for catholic relief services. he's also served as executive vice president for overseas operations and regional director for south asia and catholic relief services. he's the crs regional
remote islands in the seas, separating them. china's announcement of an air defense zone raised tensions to new levels. >> this is very delicate position. it has to strike a careful balance between reassuring and trying to restrain, you know, out of china, but trying to cooperate with china. >> biden is perhaps the best person in the current u.s. administration for doing business are china's xi jinping. even before she became president both sides nurtured the relationship between the two men. analysts question how much it will counselled, given the sensitivities of the disputes. >> xi jinping would like to take a tougher stand on foreign policy issues to shore up his popularity, and the senkakku islands or the diaoyu island islands dispute is very sensitive in chine ha. leaders cannot afterward to be weak in dealing with japan or the united states. >> biden's visit is seen as tangible evidence of the u.s. pivot. it's a strategy recovering from the recent debacle at the apec meeting of regional leaders, a meeting that the u.s. president withdrew from at the last minute because of his dome
action on this. i don't have anything to add to that. >> reid put the white house on defense over the position to exempt some of the staff from enrolling in the d.c. exchange because their current plans on capitol hill are more generous. >> isn't that hypocritical for somebody -- >> i direct you to senator reid's office. >> why shouldn't they sign up like everyone else? >> i haven't seen that. >> my health insurance premiums are going to double. my co pays and deductibles dr tripled. i'm thrilled to death as a you can tell. >> this time doing an interview with chris matthews with an audience of student at american university. >> he made promises during the campaign he hasn't been able to keep. >> we caught up with students at american university today including matthew, a freshman who says disappointment extends beyond health care. >> the disappointments of our generation. when i graduate i want a job in the marketplace. the way the president is enacting policy, i don't think that's become a reality. >> even one student who defended the president has bad news for the white house c
. in yemen, a coordinated attack killed more than 50 people at the defense ministry. the victims were medical staffers, including a number of foreigners. smoke billowed after a suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives through the complex's gates. the blast cleared the way for a vehicle full of gunmen in army uniforms to storm the compound. an american teacher-- ronnie smith-- was shot to death today in benghazi, libya, by unknown gunmen. he taught chemistry at the international school there. local officials said he'd been jogging near the u.s. consulate, where the ambassador and three other americans were killed last year. the quarterback for top-ranked florida state university will not face sexual assault charges. a woman had accused jameis winston of raping her last december. winston's attorney said the sex was consensual. the investigation had been inactive, until news accounts surfaced recently. today, the state attorney in tallahassee said there's not enough evidence to proceed. >> we do not believe after we examined all of the evidence and interviewed all of the witnesses we co
the russians have a defensive interest and if there is an explosion in the middle east, it will spread throughout the region and that money may involve saying goodbye, but it could unite the muslims in russia. another interest is to restore some of russia's influence which several decades ago was much larger. and i think russia wants to keep a foot in it and they are not prepared to expel america from the middle east in a dramatic effort, because they can't do to the expectations. so we have russia playing a game in which some games are possible. and this includes engaging russia in the top level of decision-making. >> how do you see a? do you see greater russian engagement than a decade ago? if so, to what end? >> i see greater russian engagement than a year ago. and he is the prime minister of turkey, the prime minister of israel, the chief of saudi intelligence, russian foreign and defense ministry and we are talking to plus two talks and that is incredible in context. and in the paradox is is that it's not being by moscow and the position taken on syria and this includes a willingn
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secretary of defense. he met with mandela in his loam in the year 2000. your thoughts. >> great to be with you. it's a sad day but one of great warmth as well as the words have spread around the globe. you can see people's hearts lighting up and thinking about the life of nelson mandela. my wife and i both had multiple occasions to meet with him, in south africa and here in washington. senator dole invited us to share an afternoon with him at richard holbrooks apartment and in new york. all i can say is there is a man who we projected integrity, courage, wisdom, and strength. we haven't seen anybody like him in my lifetime and unlikely in the foreseeable future. other leaders will come forth. i doubt we'll see one like him soon. >> while we have you on the line, former president clinton released a tweet and statement. it's a picture of clinton and mandela. with that contagious and enormous smile with his right hand in the two hands of president clinton. clinton says i'll never forget my friend. the rest of the statement he says the world has lost one of the most important leader
. mandela's brutal imprisonment helped win freedom for his nation. he represented himself and in his defense spoke out about democracy. equality and freedom. on february 2nd, 1990 amidst escalating international pressure, south african president lifted the ban on the anc and released mandela. mandela was awarded the nobel peace prize in december of 1993. in april of 1994, in south africa's first truly democratic election where all races were allowed to participate, nelson mandela was overwhelming elected to the presidency. he was battling a respiratory infection since early june. a remarkable man and a remarkable life and a model of stick-to-itiveness and never give up. a man of tremendous heart and compassion. dead this night at the age of 95. joining me tonight for our coverage on the passing of nelson mandela and joy reed of the grio and also with us tonight, dr. james peterson of lehigh university. i will start with you. a remarkable man. a life that is a true treasure to humanity. >> he is a star across all lines. >> you cannot compartmentalize him to a politician or a founting of south
powerful economy in the world is not immune from the consequences of defense in the global economic system, so forcefully articulated recently by your own indicates to us that we will have an understanding here in washington. it adds to our confidence that the united states will be in the forefront of the support of africa's struggle to bring about nations. expect to be granted again the privilege of addressing again the representatives of the united states of america. i am grateful to have been allowed to do so in the last months of my public life. the challenges of the present time for our countries, our continent and the world are greater than those have already overcome. we face the future with confidence. because, in spite of the difficulties and tensions that confront us, there is in all of us the capacity to touch one another's hearts across oceans and continents. the award with which you honor me today is an expression of the , one person to , ander, nation to nation people of the north the people of the south. i received with pride as a symbol of hardship for peace, equity as wend
on the defense ministry in yemen. at least 32 people were killed in the attack. the u.s. military has raised the status in that region. >>> president obama will propose reforms for the nsa after the allegations of snooping. the president spoke on msnbc "hardball" with chris matthews. >> i'll be proposing some self-restraint on the nsa and to initiate some reforms that can give people more confidence. >> the president said that people at the nsa generally are looking out for the safety of the american people and are not interested in reading e-mails and text messages. >>> good news about unemployment. it is a five-year low. it is down 0.3% from the month before. the economy added 203,000 new jobs. >>> encouraging news about the pilot whales stranded in shallow water in the florida evergrades. officials say most of the whales, at least 35 of them, were able to swim into deeper water on thursday. officials are now tracking them from boats and from the air. good news there. >>> well, prosecutors have decided not to bring charges against heisman trophy favorite jameis winston. the florida state q
defense force that led him up as a guard of honor i was stunned seeing that in south africa. the military power of the state giving its legions to their new president who happens to be black. and i said this is something i never thought i would see. >> he taught us that the power of forgiveness is greater than the power of hate and the differences of race and nationality matter less than our shared humanity. >> beautiful thoughts there form secretary of state colin paul and madeline albright moments ago sharing their remembrances of nelson mandela. flags are lowered to half staff through monday in honor of mandela. the president took a moment to honor the former leader. >> embodied the courage and sought to bring about justice not only in south africa, but i think to inspire millions around the world. >> joining me now white house correspondent peter alexander. we learned earlier of mandela's funeral and the remembrances scheduled for this. but the state service on the 15th, do we know if the president's going to attend? >> we do know that the president intends to travel to south africa,
things. the f.b.i. did not get ahold of any samples from texas, but the department of defense did for exactly what hank said, namely to look at the frequency of d.n.a., and because that was said to be forensic, the investigative reporter thought that it was going into a database. i emailed her and could not persuade her otherwise despite the fact it was very clear. >> i will accept the friendly amendment. >> but i want to raise an even broader issue of something we were talking about with the king case. i always come back to the same things. and namely, what's the difference between being arrested and not being arrested? a lot of people get arrested. it's estimated that, what is it, 20%, 30% of the population, more than that, is going to be rested. is there a real difference? i have written with my more provocative moments with some colleagues that maybe we ought to consider having at the stage the onatal testing done, genetic test for the code, not done by the police, uploaded to a database for use in the future. the law enforcement would never see all the genetic information tha
activists and activists in south south african musician carell defense and seven i love dog on heat and add the commission a gentle the south african season fonts it is a cultural exchange between the two countries. he's going out with hundreds of events the cross. welcome everyone to say thanks for thinking that the prime debt himself recognized publicly the palace of culture and how i could change one td for the postie back in nineteen ninety two his best to get apparent since his release he pays homage to your wet city center. he said on its subordinate a considerable contribution to the back of the new south africa. met grace and sam. but they pay in kind and sydney have some news. how did you think you're making a change in the tt think it was contained to the ten mm to be christian a few quid for my preview we photographed the tcp in the struggle it is a bit he could submit it opened some people's eyes meet them think of it all the awards have been inside africa or something when the announcement of talk about the motive court in the struggle the mint cool too was very important event
will be considered as the ripples will develop a utopia. it considered as. and he's really good defense on the set has said that he would ask what does all he said these men. using force if necessary said our sad that some sign of the company often it does also probably still lived in and outside of the heat of the militias of the armed groups that have been able to send. and to allocate units when you get after him and that it uses to generate time the whole thing number of these groups are wrecking havoc in depth into motion. we should get an idea of who exactly these are turning out to lead our nation who is attacking civilians in the nineties. so of course they met in the countryside is very hard to get it so it's a tool i use a four hundred weekend for his information from the east. read it all truths are told. engineers are drawn to and back to again is going to be a crucial day the sunday giving the impression that the people of the central african republic god reassured that by the presents all french troops are taking up positions not just in buying dividends in all the flashpoint areas o
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